146 - ayudar a + infinitive to help to comenzar...

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Verbs with prepositions There are certain Spanish verbs that require a specific preposition to be used after them. These  prepositions must follow the verb form to join them to an infinitive, but they are usually not translated  into English. The following verbs are followed by a preposition and then another verb in its infinitive form (to help  you remember which are stem changes, the stem change is indicated in parentheses). Note with the  exceptions, however, that most of the time these verbs are followed by nouns; therefore, either  another preposition is used or no preposition at all. acabar de + infinitive to have just ___ed BUT: acabo la tarea acertar (e>ie) a + infinitive to happen to, to succeed in … aprender a + infinitive to learn to …BUT: aprendo español
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Unformatted text preview: ayudar a + infinitive to help to comenzar (e>ie) a + infinitive to begin to BUT: comienzo la tarea consentir (e>ie) en + infinitive to consent to decidirse a + infinitive to decide to BUT: decido la hora dejar de + infinitive to stop ___ing BUT: dejo mi pas empezar (e>ie) a + infinitive to begin to BUT: empiezo la tarea ensear a + infinitive to teach to BUT: enseo espaol forzar (o>ue) a + infinitive to force to inspirar a + infinitive to inspire to BUT: inspiro miedo molestarse en + infinitive to take the trouble to BUT: molesto a mis amigos negarse (e>ie) a + infinitive to refuse to BUT: niego el delito parar de + infinitive to stop ___ing BUT: paro el carro probar (o>ue) a + infinitive to try to BUT: pruebo de todo tratar de + infinitive to try to BUT: trato enfermos...
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